Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Bebe
Voice of Wendy
Voice of Unknown
When Ms. Garrison is singing about love and looks at the bridal shop, the shop name 'Le petit chat bridal shop' essentially translates to: the little cat bridal shop.
When Stan calls Kyle up to insult him there is a glass of water on the table, but when he hangs up it disappears.
Miss Garison is vowing to stop same sex couples from getting married and doesn't even like them being together in this episode and yet 2 seasons later she becomes a lesbian in the episode D-Yikes.
When the governor is announcing his compromise to appease the gay community, one man in the crowd is dressed the same as Randy in the episode "South Park Is Gay''
While most of the kids receive "normal" white eggs, Token receives a brown egg.
When Mrs. Garrison is checking Stan and Kyle's Egg Evaluation, this can be seen on the report:
Daily Egg Evaluation
Parents: Stan and Kyle
Egg Condition: (Good) Injured Dead
Morning: Woke up at 7AM, washed egg in sink. Dried. Dusted with baby powder- Dressed egg in overalls and combed hair- EGG IS VERY HAPPY!!
Afternoon: After lunch egg watched basketball game on the playground. After, took a nap. Stan is a protective father.
Evening: Took a shower with egg- Egg went to bed at 8:30 PM.
Parents' Signature: Stan and Kyle
When Stan threw his egg onto the couch (and if Bebe found the egg in Stan's dog's mouth) why didn't the egg break? And why didn't the real egg break if it was inside Kyle's coat for so long? Wouldn't it have gotten crushed against him, or if someone bumped into him?
On Stan and Kyle's Daily Egg Evaluation form, the photo of their egg looks an awful lot like a photo of Kenny.
There is an animation error during the third bombing. You have to look very carefully to see it. The head of the man who gets decapitated in the last bombing goes through the "No Gay Marriage" picket that is right in front of him.
There is a continuity error following the bombing scene. In one shot the ground is full of dead bodies and in the next they mysteriously disappear.
Mr. Garrison: When I announce your names, please move a sit with the person your pair with. Heidi, you'll be with Eric.
Mrs. Garrison: Now how about our gay couple: Stan and Kyle.
Kyle: I don't think it's going to be that hard to keep it from breaking. This whole assignment is stupid.
Stan: Yeah, well so is your hat.
(hangs up phone)
Kyle: Stan? Do you really think my hat is stupid?
Stan: (walks over to Kyle) As a matter of fact, it is the nicest hat I have ever known.
(pats Kyle on the back)
Mrs. Garrison: (yelling at Stan and Kyle's egg)Look at the freak egg! It has two daddies! Two daddies! Two daddies! Come on, kids, let's all rip on the freak egg! Two daddies! Two daddies!
Mr. Slave: Mr. Garrison, there's something you should know. Al and I are getting married.
Mrs. Garrison: Married?
Big Gay Al: Yes.
Mrs. Garrison: You can't get married! You're faggots!
Lady: Well, what about lesbians?
Governor: Well like anyone cares about f(beep)king dikes.
(Crowd gets angry and starts yelling.)
Governor: Oh God, I was sure that would work.
(after Mrs. Garrison gives Cartman a new egg)
Cartman: Mr. Garrison, you've never been this cool to me before.
Mrs. Garrison: Okay, well, you're welcome, Eric. Now, just run along.
Cartman: Why are you doing this?
Mrs. Garrison: Because I'm a nice teacher, all right?
Cartman: What do you want from me?
Mrs. Garrison: Nothing! It's all okay! Just take your damn egg!
Mrs. Garrison: (grabs Cartman by the collar) Eric, you've never been anything but a problem for me! You're taking that egg! And if you break it again, I'll break both your legs, and burn down your house! Do you hear me?
Cartman: (scared) Yes teacher.
Mrs. Garrison: Governor, we have collected over 1000 signatures requesting that you veto this gay-marriage bill!
Governor: Oh jeez, I knew this would happen. First the gay people come in here wanting equal rights, then this bill gets passed and now all the people against it want me to veto it. Why do I have to make this decision?
Mrs. Garrison: Because you're the governor...
Governor: I just wanted a big house and lots of respect. I didn't want this kind of responsibility!
Mrs. Garrison: We need to tell the governor and the world that gay marriage is not okay! That homosexuals cannot muddy our traditions! And there is only one way for us, all together, to make that message very clear! We need to round up three or four queers and beat the livin' hell out of them! Come on, everybody! Let's get some queers, and some trucks, and have us a good old-fashioned fag drag!
Man #1: Well uh, we were thinkin' we would, you know, just go appeal to the governor.
Mrs. Garrison: Appeal to the governor? Oh, come on! Where's your balls? Fag drag!
Man #2: We don't hate homosexuals, we, we we just don't want them to be able to marry.
Man #3: Yeah, we were just thinkin' of goin' and askin' the governor to veto the bill.
Man #4: Yeah.
Mrs. Garrison: Eh, fag drag?
Governor: I believe that I might have come up with a compromise to this whole problem that will make everyone happy! People in the gay community want the same rights as married couples, but dissenters don't want the word "marriage" corrupted. So how about we let gay people get married, but call it something else? You homosexuals will have all the exact same rights as married couples, but instead of referring to you as "married," you can be "butt buddies". Instead of being "man and wife," you'll be "butt buddies". You won't be "betrothed," you'll be "butt buddies". Get it? Instead of a "bride and groom," you'd be "butt buddies".
Mr. Slave: We wanna be treated equally!
Governor: You are equal. It's just that instead of getting "engaged," you would be "butt buddies".
This is the first episode where a character broke into song since "The Death of Eric Cartman".
Stan seems to like Wendy again in this episode.
Big Gay Al returns for the first time since season 5.
When Stan says: "As a matter of fact, it is the nicest hat I have ever known." It could very well be an Allusion to when in Team America, Chris says "As a matter of fact, you're the nicest actor I have ever known" because he says it in the same tone, and almost the same voice.
Follow That Car:
The episode title is a spoof of "Follow That Car," a line commonly preceding chase scenes in many movies.
There is even a scene in this episode where the kids are in a taxicab that is driving very erratically similar to movie chase scenes.
Mrs. Garrison's 'fag drag' idea sounds similar to the murder of Matthew Shepard, which happened in Wyoming.
Current Event/Gay Marriage:
This episode takes on the argument of gay marriage in different states.
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